Paula Cano Posted 2 months ago To all food lovers: Do we want to continue not knowing exactly how and where our food items are being grown and manufactured? I think the best research is hands on experience. Growing your own food shouldnt have to be left for the last minute, when society has collapsed and you are forced to look through all of your research to start planting for substinance. It takes time to develop a healthy garden. The first years are the hardest. A lot of lessons to learn. I like your idea of cross-utilizing skills for different survival methods, like construction. "A third reason might be that if you understand where your food comes from your sensual enjoyment of it will increase, as you understand how it's made you will see more dimensions of it, more aspects to savor." Well said, sometimes what we can find in our research into the origin of your food stirs us away from certain items, but it definitely helps us apreciate the value of the things that are good for us. I think there are a lot of changes coming in our food industry, and curiosity is the first step to get the wheels in motion. Labels with thought provoking insights into the products, will force higher standards on businesses, and a shift in consumer mentality. I may not get to see this come to fruition, but we have to at least move in that direction.